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Milton, Mass, 02V 



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Donald exemplifies this spirit. 
To her we dedicate this book. 




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STUDENT LIFE 



EDITORS: Jo-Anne Roderiques 
Steve McNeill 




PARENTS' 
WEEKEND 



Parents' Weekend 1974 will long be remem- 
bered for its turnout of parents and the success 
of its programming. 

The Colonels played their best football game 
of the year on Saturday against Plymouth State. 
The final score was 26-7, and a wine reception 
following the game gave everyone a chance to 
celebrate. 

The evening was highlighted by a very suc- 
cessful "Cabaret" put on by the many talented 
students of Curry. 

On a chilly Sunday morning, an outdoor com- 
munity gathering with champagne was held at 
Westhaver Park. There was a superb display of 
more of the local Curry talent. 

Sunday Afternoon, the Choppers played 
LaBaret Jr. College, and defeated them 40-12. 

The entire weekend was pleasant for all. Chair- 
persons Donna Nuzzo and George Malvey did an 
excellent job at making Parents' Weekend the 
success it was. 





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HOMECOMING — 1974 




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It was a time for remembering: It 
was a time for celebrating the 
present: It was Homecoming Week- 
end1974. 

We started our remembering Friday 
night at the South Campus Auditori- 
um. Duke and the Drivers rocked to a 
large crowd. 

Saturday brought with it beautiful 
football weather. Curry led Albany 
State 16-14 until halftime, but the final 
score proved Curry on the wrong side 
of the coin, with a 50-23 loss. 

That evening found everyone at the 
Parker House attending a formal 
dinner-dance. The crowning of the new 
Homecoming Queen was the most 
memorable event of the evening. Nell 
McNeil gave up her crown to the new 
Queen, Donna Nuzzo. Runners-up 
were Marion Foley and Patty North. 

On Sunday afternoon, the Curry 
Choppers played Mt. Ida College in 
one of their best games. The 
Choppers beat Mt. Ida which ended a 
fine weekend on a perfect note. 









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HALLOWEEN 
DANCE 




WINTER WEEKEND 




In keeping with the tradition of past years, this year's Winter 
Weekend included the Friday night Banjo Band Dance and led to 
the big 50's night with the SHITTONS. The atmosphere of the 
past was set with decorations and costumes of the 1950's and 
everyone enjoyed dancing to the "oldies but goodies". 

Sunday morning arrived and a beautiful snow fall had covered 
the campus to end an enjoyable and exciting Winter Weekend in 
a perfect way! 




SPRING 
WEEKEND 



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The CASSINO NIGHT was introduced to the Curry campus as 

an opening to Spring Weekend. The black jack, roulette and 

crap tables were set up and soon the chips were piling up. 

The successful night closed with a noisy yet exciting auction 

that was interesting for the participant as well as the 

observer. 

On Saturday, the Curry Colonels' baseball team played a 

triumphant game against Barrington College. 

That evening was one of a quieter note as formally dressed 

couples attended the dinner dance at the Blue Hills Country 

club. After an excellent dinner the music was provided by 

"Horse". Every one had a fine time. 





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"George M.", "George M. who?", tryouts, "who's 
getting the coffee tonight?", "I made the show!", 

1:00 a.m. rehearsals, ". . . are you l<idding?", 
"Heidi, where are you?", "What was that step 

again?", Norman and his sensitivity exercises, 
"IVlake a note of this, Dave.", "Cohans, where are 
you?", "Dress rehearsal tonight.", "Is everybody 

ready?",". . . always leave them . . .what?", 

"spotlights. . . where are you?", "Where's my 



costume?", "Stephen, you wear your makeup well!", "2 tables, 2 

tablecloths, 11 chairs, 11 forks, spoons, knives, glasses, 7 bowls, 

7 napkins, money . . . 32 seconds?!", "sure, that sewed bread 

looks like a roast!", "Blurs do it again.", "KEEP QUIET BACK 

THERE!", "it's your cue.", "Who stole my party popper?", "I'll 

take the girl.", "who died?", 350 people, "Give my regards to 

broadway", Yankee Doodle kid, "Knew we could do it!", curtain 

calls, "STRIKE", "no one will miss this cast party!", 

togetherness, flowers for everyone, kisses of appreciation, 

"what a success!!", "Thanks to ITAC", "My mother thanks you, 

my father thanks you, my sister thanks you, . . . and I thank 

you." 





AWARDS' NIGHT— 1975 



MAN OF THE YEAR 

Dr. Robert L. Keighton 

MALE COMMUTER STUDENT 

Dan Molloy 

FEMALE COMMUTER STUDENT 

Kathy Townsend 

MALE RESIDENT STUDENT 

Joseph Tenuta 

FEMALE RESIDENT STUDENT 

Doreen Regan 

PSYCHOLOGY AWARD 

Donna Nuzzo 

ENGLISH AWARD 

John Hovorka 

ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 

AWARD 

Carolyn Kudia 

SECONDARY EDUCATION 

AWARD 

Donna Nuzzo 

EARLY CHILDHOOD AWARD 

Amy Shapiro 

L.D. AWARD: UNDERGRADUATE 

Michael Dancey 

L.D. AWARD: GRADUATE 

Mary Cotting 

SCIENCE AWARD 

George Richards and Go 

Kobayashi 

C.A.S. AWARD 

Rudy Crespo 




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FACULTY AND 
ADMINISTRATION 



EDITORS: Wendy Davidov 
Debbie McCord 




DR. JOHNS. HAFER 
President of the College 







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DR. FREDERICK KIRSCHENMANN 
Dean of the College 



RICHARD F. MANTZ 
Dean Of Admissions 



HIRAM J. EVANS 

Vice President for 

Research 

and Long-Range 

Planning 




DONALD S. McNEIL 
Director of Development 



THOMAS D.GOLDRICK 
Business Manager 



HELEN G. LeBARON 
Bursar 




WARRENS. BAZIRGAN 
Director of Public Relations 



DEIRDRE KOZLOWSKI 
Associate Dean of Counseling 
Ombudsman 



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COUNSELING CENTER 

Dr. John Gawne 
Kim Lipsky 
Stan Sacon 
Linda Sutter 
Marsha Weiss 





NEW STUDENT ADVISORY TEAM 

Bindy Brown 
Pat Fleming 
John Hahnfeld 
John Hill 
Jerry Hilyard 
Bruce Steinberg 
Jerry Touger 
George Wharton 
Eleanor Wilder 



DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE 

Robert F. Capalbo 



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DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE STAFF 



Jim Cooney 
Rick Floyd 
Gerry Nuzzo 
Judy Singer 
Linda Sutter 
Marsha Weiss 
Russ Weiss 
Jerry Bloch 
Nancee Chalifour 
John Dale 
Wendy Davidov 
Scott Grocott 
Joe Grzelcyk 



Tom Kelso 
Carolyn Kudia 
Tom McEneny 
Steve McNeill 
Barnes McNevin 
Chris Neale 
Andrea Negro 
Donna Nuzzo 
Joe Tenuta 
Beth Verrocchi 
Buffy Watson 
Terry Westbrook 



DIVISION OF 



DR. CARL J. COOPER 

Dr. John O. Gawne 

Patricia A. Fleming 

Dr. Dante J. Germanotta 

Peter Hainer 

Dr. Gerald Hilyard 

Ann P. Levin 

Dr. Albert Sherring 

Bruce Steinberg 




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BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 




AND EDUCATION 




James G. Salvucci 



John D. Coughlan 
Barbara J. Fluhr 
Stephen S. Howe 
Judy Kennedy 
Dr. Ellen P. O'Sulllvan 



Phyllis Renton 
Ann Russell 
Barbara Schwartz 
Carol A. Wadell 
Gertrude M.Webb 



P.A.L. Program Instructors 

Donna Cataldo 
Susan Higgins 



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DIVISION OF 





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Dr. C. Alan Anderson 

Roger Allen Bump 
William T. Flavin 
Dr. John H. Hahnfeld 
Marlene A. Lundvall 
Kathleen B. McCann 
Dr. William R. Pregeant 
Elizabeth A. Rubin 
John D. Schuster 
Robert Uvello 
Dr. Ronald Warners 
George Wharton 



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HUMANmES 




DIVISION OF 



Dr. John Hovorka 

Dr. Hiram J. Evans 
Dr. John R. Holloway 
Indar Raj. Kamal 
Dr. Jerold Touger 
Dr. John E. Trannondozzi 




SCIENCES 




DIVISION OF 



Dr. Robert L. Keighton 
Robert F. Capalbo 
Dr. Robert W. Garden 
Joseph K. Eckert 
Dr. Allan C. Green berg 
Dr. John E. Hill 
Judson M. Lyon 
William G. Roth 
Arthur N. Smith 
Dr. Pamela N. Wrinch 






SOCIAL SCIENCES 



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DIVISION OF 



Dr. Frances M. Kohak 



Robert J. Forbes 
Edward H. Hastings 
Claudine H. Hogarth 
Diane Horak 
Marvin L. Mandell 



Dr. Gladys R.F.G. Martinez 
Dr. Alexander B. Moissiy 
Tamara S. Moissiy 
Patricia R. Reitemeier 
Dr. Joseph L. Schneider 




LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 




SPORTS 



EDITORS: Andie Negro 

George Malvey 




MEN'S BASKETBALL 



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Coast Guard 


58 


99 


Emerson 


39 


67 


New England College 


60 


76 


Eastern Nazerene 


74 


92 


Mass Maritime 


78 


68 


Bridgewater State 


110 


74 


Roger Williams 


65 


88 


U. Mass Boston 


75 


88 


New England College 


59 


79 


Eastern Nazerene 


93 


93 


U. Mass Boston 


72 


89 


Nichols 


87 


76 


Mass Maritime 


69 


60 


Roger Williams 


66 


82 


Framingham State 


76 


77 


Hawthorne 


78 


58 


York College 


69 


86 


SMU 


87 


76 


Salem State 


82 


84 


Suffolk University 


93 


78 


SMU 


89 



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MEN'S FOOTBALL 



10 


Maine Maritime 


8 


14 


University of New Haven 





34 


Mass Maritime 





19 


Framingham State 


14 


14 


Boston State 


14 


9 


Nichols College 


14 


26 


Plymouth State 


7 


23 


Albany State 


50 


6 


Bridgewater State 


27 





HOCKEY 




5 


SMU 


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8 
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Worcester Polytech 
St. Francis 


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4 


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Emerson 


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6 


Stonehill 


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St. Francis 


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Essex Tech 


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Stonehill 


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Essex Tech 


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4 


Worcester Polytech 
Hawthorne 


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6 


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SMU 


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Hawthorne 


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WOMEN'S SOFTBALL 





WOMEN'S FOOTBALL 




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7 


Bentley 

Massasoit Comm. College 


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LaSalle 





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Stonehill 


7 


40 


LaBaret 


12 


8 


Bentley 


10 


6 


Boston State 


34 


8 


Stonehill 


10 





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No one can deny that the Curry 
Colonels had one of their best seasons in 
1974. The Colonels ended a challenging 
season with a 5-3-1 record which gave 
them third place in the conference. 

The season had its ups and downs, in a 
battle for first place, the undefeated 
Colonels bowed to archrival Nichols 
College. However, the Colonels gave us 
much to cheer about: selected as Ail 
Conference Players were Richard Moran, 
Alan Williams, Dan Shaw and George 
Gardner, Tommy Fair was awarded the 
Golden Helmets Award which is given to 
the outstanding College Division player in 
New England, and Dan Shaw and George 
Gardner have both signed professional 
contracts. 

To the twelve graduating Seniors, 
Curry says thanl<s for giving us an 
excitement and enthusiasm we will long 
remember. To next years team, we wish 
you much lucl< and a championship under 
the new co-captains Marty Bissonnette 
and Rich Moran. 




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This year The Choppers 
showed everyone that they 
could play Football and do it 
justice. The girls played hard to 
win, and win they did. Their 
overall record showed three 
big wins and only one loss. 

In the first game against 
LaSalle, one of the Choppers' 
key players suffered a broken 
ankle, but the team came 
through with a victory. The rest 
of the season proved to be very 
exciting even with their loss to 
Boston State. 

The Choppers will be losing 
some of the most dedicated 
Senior girls who have helped 
make The Choppers what they 
are. Maisie Weston's speed will 
be missed as well as Cindy 
Cole and Jackie Gilmore's 
strength on the line. 




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In a game that has a reputation of being fast 

and furious, the Curry Hockey Team proved 

that it could meet the challenge. In its first 

year as a Varsity team under the guidance of 

Coach Brown, the team posted a solid 10-4 

record. 

With first line Seniors Rusty Russell, Perry 

Verge, and Norman Mcloed leaving, Curry 

loses much of the foundation on which the 

team was built. The highlight of Rusty's 

career occurred during this past season 

when he scored his 100th goal. 

Curry loses a solid foundation, but with 

potential like Tom Fair, Bob Stark, Jack 

Pierce, Brian Valleley and the rest of the 

team as a backbone, Curry will continue to 

meet that challenge. 





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The Basketball Team started 
the season off strong, but lost 
their last eight games of the 
season. Leading with hoopsters 
was Issac Rutledge, who 
averaged 18 points and 9 
rebounds per game; Mitch Morris 
topped the rebounders with an 
average of 12 points per game; 
and co-captain Gene Deloach 
averaged 13 points per game. 

The Team will undergo a 
coaching change next season 
with Dave Johnson taking the 
reigns. 





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SPORTS AWARDS 1975 





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STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT AND 
ORGANIZATIONS 



EDITORS: Doreen Regan 
Frank Pouliot 





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The 12th Student Senate 





1. Trevor Massiah 

2. Bob Bixby 

3. Madge Postal 

4. Lorraine Lupano 

5. Joan Callanan 

6. Bill Nelson 

7. Jerry Fay 

8. Bob MacDonald 

9. Doreen Regan 

10. Pat Sheridan 

11. Laurie Kolpan 

12. David O'Malley 

13. Joey Tenuta 

14. John Dale 

15. David Wallace 



This is the primary student governing 
organization on campus. It exists to lead 
and unify the student body and to 
promote communication among students, 
faculty, and administration. The Senate 
also coordinates the activities of other 
organizations and sponsors a variety of 
events. The Senate voted approval for the 
fund-raising campaign — The Jaws of 
Life. This Senate was the first in the 
history of the college to serve a short 
term in order to facilitate change in the 
term of the governing organization. 




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1. Bill Hunter 

2. Greg Little 

3. John Morrow 

4. Mark Snyder 

5. David O'Malley 

6. Jerry Fay 

7. Jerry Bloch 

8. Jeff Tarleton 

9. David Wallace 

10. Laurie Kolpan 

11. Tony Searcy 

12. Steve McNeill 

13. Steve Karmelin 

14. Lorraine Lupano 

15. Lloyd Kaplin 

16. Joan Callanan 




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The 13th Student Senate 




Men's Dormitory Council 




1. Bob Ricci 

2. Frank Pouliot 

3. Fred Sanderson 

4. Matt Fuiks 

5. David Saltz 

6. Peter LaCour 

7. Doug Black 

8. Jim Brown 

9. Tom Haugh 
10. John Morrow 



11. Jay Varga 
Secretary-Treasurer 

12. Ed Sperling 

13. Charlie Belnick 

14. Chris Sheehan 

15. Wayne Horner 

16. Bruce Tagrin 

17. Jerry Fay 

18. Shaun Pickett 

19. John Mc Auliffe 



President and Vice President 20. Chuck Falcone 




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Men's Dormitory Council 




The function of the M.D.C. is to handle the 
domestic problems of this college environment. It 
focuses attention upon living quarters, dormitory life, 
student life, and the problems which prevail. The 
organization is a powerful organization which helps 
to better the college to the advantage of the student. 
It also acts as a checks and balances committee. 
Activities such as the Spring Arts Fair and Happy 
Hours are sponsored by the M.D.C. 



1. Frank Pouliot 

2. Peter La Cour 

3. Steve Mechlinski 

4. Bill Hunter — Treasurer 

5. Bob Bixby 

6. John Morrow — President 

7. Jeff Tarleton 

8. Robert Capalbo — Advisor 

9. Clark Linehan 

10. David Saltz 

1 1. John Henningson 

12. Jim Brown 

13. Allen Teague 



14. Wayne Horner 

15. Lloyd Kaplan 

16. Doug Ehrlich 

17. Shaun Pickett 

18. Mrs. Pettingill — Advisor 

19. Tony Searcy 

20. Ed Smith 

21. Bruce Tagrin 

22. Ron Kozel — Secretary 

23. Dan Hoyt 

24. Chuck Falcone 
Vice-President 

25. Jeb Killion 





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Women's Self-Governing Association 




The W.S.G.A. is responsible for 
establishing the programs and rules and 
regulations in the women's resident halls. 
W.S.G.A. takes an active role in campus 
activities through its representation on 
faculty committees, support of the 
Student Senate, as well as sponsoring 
social and community events. Such 
activities such as the Jaws of Life 
campaign, and the Spring Arts Fair were 
supported by the W.S.G.A. The Roaring 
20's night was initiated by this 
organization. 




1 . Pat North — Secretary 

2. Buff Watson — Vice President 

3. Terry Westbrook — President 

4. Susan Damberg — Treasurer 

5. Vernessa Hodges 

6. Jane Roberts 

7. Joan Morrison 

8. Mary Jude Benoit 

9. Ruth Lucas 

10. Susan Galish 

1 1 . Pam Case 

12. Pat Baker 

13. Cindy Sheehan 



This organization comprises the 
commuter population of Curry College. 
Through their campus activities, 
sponsored community events they have 
hoped to bridge the gap and make 
stronger relationships between resident 
students and fellow commuters. This 
being a major goal, another being the 
attempt to make better relations and 
friendships towards each other. They 
have faced both traffic and college 
community to become a major 
organization of this college. 



I.Jeff Marr 

2. Charlie King — Vice President 

3. Sheila Holt — Secretary 

4. Dan Malloy — President 

5. Beverly Kandler 

6. Bob Cox 

7. Mark Carter 

8. Marie Durkin 

9. Debra Bostwick 

10. Ann Bowie 

11. Elizabeth Flynn 

12. Ellen Keating 

13. Janet McTaggart 

14. Mike Sullivan 

15. Penny Pemberton 




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Commuter Council 





1. Diane Dymtryk 

2. Mike Asher 

3. Linda Sutter 

4. David Giguere 

5. Wendy Davidov 

6. Mark Snyder 

7. Dr. John Gawne 

8. Debbie Simpkins 

9. Thorn Carroll 

10. Steve Karmelin 

11. Helene Gel berg 

12. Marsha Weiss 

13. Pat Cagney 

14. Pam Pratt 

15. Joan Gallanan 

16. Maxine Namerow 

17. David Arnold 



Drop-In-Center 



This organization is a small community 
of responsible students whose aim is to 
serve and help 900 people (primarily 
students, faculty, and administration) of 
the college campus. Their goal is to 
develop counseling techniques and 
establish themselves as a referral service 
to various organizations within the 
greater Boston area. 




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LoOsE 
CABOOSE 

WBLCOMliS YOU 






The Loose Caboose organization has 
proved successful since its beginning two 
years ago. Its function has been to 
provide entertainment and joviality to this 
college and its students. For relief of 
college pressures one may drop by 
during the evening hours to enjoy a 
comedian, blues band or any other 
unexpected pleasure. 



1. Leroy Walker 

2. Scott Grocott 

3. Anne Young 

4. Billy Clark 

5. Ed Sperling 



The Loose Caboose Committee 



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Curryer 





1. Wendy Davidov 

2. Cindy Butryn 

3. Ann Young 

4. Pam Crush 

5. Jo Ann Roderiques 

6. Doreen Regan 

7. Ruth Burack 

8. Ceorge Malvey 

9. Pat Sheridan 

10. Steve McNeill 

11. Carolyn Kudia 

12. Rich Clifford 



13. Terry Westbrook 

14. Debbie McCord 

15. Andie Negro 
Missing Members 

16. Frank(ie) Pouliot 

17. Marty Robinson 

18. Rocky Ahrensdorf 

19. Randy Kohlenberger 

20. Tom Kelso 

21. Ed Whitman 

22. Ron Kozel 

23. Steve Mechlinski 



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Independent Theatre at Curry 





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Hillel 



Hillel is the Jewish cultural organization of 
Curry College. Meetings are held where 
members may speak of the present and the 
changing philosophies of the Jewish religion. 
An annual dinner to recognize the Seder is 
held and other various cultural events as well 
are held during the academic year. 




1. Fran l< Wheeler 

2. David Arnold 

3. Martin Rosenkrantz 

4. Maxine Namerow 

5. Sharon Kaye 

6. Robin Green 



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Black Student Union 




1. Trevor Massiah 

2. Hank Mcintosh 

3. Roosevelt Campbell 

4. Greg Little 

5. Leroy Mosley 

6. Mitch Morris 

7. Al Jackson 

8. Janet Lee 

9. Isaac Rutledge 
10. Al Freeman 



I.SheliaHolt 

2. Kathy Rattigan 

3. Mary Coleman 

4. Doreen Regan 

5. Ann Bowie 

6. Pat Macura 

7. Debbie Cohen 
Donna Nuzzo 

9. Pat Baker 




Cheerleaders 




1. Jill Shuman 

2. Doreen Regan 

3. Donna Nuzzo 

4. Ann Bowie 

5. Marcia Morovitz 



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1. Mr. Joseph Schneider 

2. Maxine Namerow 

3. Cathy Ruggiero 

4. George Hovorka 

5. Kathy Townsend 

6. Sandy Vogel 

7. Coleman Burns 

8. Sandy Chait 
Missing members 

9. Mark Snyder — Editor 1975 

10. Thorn Carroll 

11. David Saltz 

12. Mary Di Nallo 

13. Jim Brown 

14. John Bergman 

15. Larry Rosoff 

16. John Dale — Editor 1974 

17. Doug Gardiner 

18. E.M. Kennedy 

19. John Clark 

20. Bob Bixby 

21. Kevin Levi 

22. Jerry Bloch 

23. Ruth Lucas 

24. Bill McGuire 

25. Jack Indivari 

26. Terri Leonard 

27. Jeb Killion 

28. Art Collins 

29. Nancee Chalifour 






Currier-Times 



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The Currier-Times is the college Community 
paper. Their goal is to provide the population of 
Curry with news, sports, and special events 
coverage. Each year they spend long hours at the 
drawing board improving the publication to meet 
the standards of a growing liberal arts college. 




Curry Arts Journal 





The purpose of the Curry Arts Journal is to provide an 
outlet of creative expression for the students, faculty, 
and eventually the alumni of Curry College. Poems, short 
stories, plays, essays, critiques, drawings, and 
photographs are welcome. It is to be published twice a 
year, winter and spring and hopefully for many more 
years to come. 




1. Mark Snyder 

2. Wendy Davidov 

3. Jerry Fay 

4. Jo Anne Roderiques 

5. Sharon Kaye 
Missing Members 

6. David Giguere 

7. Mary Di Nallo 

8. Mr. Marvin Mandell - 



Faculty Advisor 



Veterans Club 





1. Pat Morrison 

2. Bill Nelson 

3. Ed Kaznocha 

4. Henry Frick 

5. Dan Howard 








1. Tim McKenzie 

2. Jim Kirk 

3. Pat IVlorrison 

4. Jeff Naumann 

5. Art Collins 

6. Dominick Romano 

7. Ron Kozel 

8. Ned Smith 

9. Joe Donelan 

10. Henry Frick 

11. Mike Matthews 

12. Rich Beach 

13. Peter Sisley 

14. Ed Fay 

15. Heidi Franke 

16. Ruth Lucas 

17. Pam Dresher 

18. Glenn Wilde 

19. Donna Lipari 

20. Randy Kohlenberger 

21. Rick Bengston 

22. Paul Kaschuluk 

23. Ron Hurst 

24. Jeff Lowe 



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1. Dr. Gladys Martinez 

2. Amir Homayounfar 

3. Pat Cagney 

4. Dr. Albert Sherring 

5. Ellie Keating 

6. Mike Oluwa 

7. Claudine Hogarth 

8. Omotunde Adeyinka 



9. Marlene Lundvall 

10. Dr. Alexander Moissiy 

11. Oluwatoyin Adeyinka 

12. Chan Donavanik 
Missing Members 

13. Syle Patchie 

14. Lisa Welling 



This club is an organization which is open to 
everyone regardless of color, creed, or race. Its 
function is to bring various peoples together from 
different places to become familiar with other 
various cultures, morals, and attitudes. To help 
people understand one another in a new and 
different light is the major goal. The International 
Club is looking forward to future years where 
unity and participation will prevail. 



International Club 






1. Chris Markwell 

2. Dave Davis 

3. Maxine Namerow 

4. Jeff Lehman 

5. Rudy Crespo 

6. Craig McConchie 

7. Mary Beth Parker 

8. Mary Di Nallo 



9. Karen Benedict 

10. Kathy Wilson 

11. Omotunde Adeyinka 

12. Marjorie McMullen 

13. Cecile Williams — Pianist 

14. William Flavin — Director 

15. Jim Kirk 

16. Leslie Buchanan 



Concert Choir 



139 



Every individual has a place to fill 
in the world 
and is important, 

in some respect, 



whether he chooses to be so or not. 

NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE 




OPHOMORE CLASS 




Class President Ceci Brown along with Vice- 
President Bob Bixby showed everyone how successful 
a Tequilla Hour could be. They were aptly assisted by 
Mary Beth Lane as Secretary and Ann Fiedler as Trea- 
surer. 



142 




Later in the year Jerry Bloch's Senate position was filled by Ron 
Kozel who together with Lorraine Lupano and Laurie Kolpan 
represented the Sophomore Class to the fullest extreme. 





The Class of 76 
sponsored many fund 
raising events. Various 
raffles, sales, and the 
success of Casino Night 
helped build up a small 
budget. 

All this was made 
possible by the leadership 
of President Tony Searcy, 
Vice-President Chuck 
Falcone, Treasurer Jerry 
Fay, and Secretary Cindy 
Butryn. With this 
leadership and 
enthusiastic help the 
Junior Class is looking 
forward to a great year. 




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JUNIOR CLASS 




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This organization (honor society) 
consists of those students who have 
excelled in the academic sphere of Curry 
College. The honor is given also as a 
reward of excellence for productive 
involvement concerned with 
extracurriculiar activities of the campus. 



Alexander Graham Bell Honor Society 




1 . Ed Fay 

2. Steve McNeill 

3. Jim Bucchianeri 

4. Fred Bryden 

5. Ned Smith 

6. Normand Ledoux 

7. Dan Molloy 

8. John Dale 



9. David Arnold 

10. Maisie Weston 

11. Andie Negro 

12. Carolyn Kudia 

13. Sharon Kaye 

14. Pat Sheridan 

15. Doreen Regan 

16. Donna Nuzzo 




WHO'S WHO 




John Joseph Dale Jr. 



Henry E. Frick 




Stephen C. McNeill 







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Joseph Michael Tenuta 





Perry Verge 



Walter Russell 



Dan G. Molloy 




William H. Nelson 





Edward Fredrick Kaznocha 



James Anthony Bucchaneri 





Terry Collins Westbrook 



Michael Anthony 
DeIG rosso Jr. 



Not Pictured: Cynthia B. Cole, Carol Y. Bascomb and Charles R. Higgins 



Doreen E. Regan 



149 



(y/e^Ue/Mui^ d/yid QJouoa^ 



as I now walk this path again 

yesterday guides my footsteps and 
today's memories hold my mind 

sometimes 1 envision the past as the present 

and memories as reality itself 
those four years of tears and laughter 
seemed to escape my clutching grasp 
so quickly 
life was tender then 

just beyond my fingertips 
and the future was delightfully 

out of perspective 
but as I cherish the past 

I now challenge the future 
today is not yesterday and tomorrow 
has yet to be lived 
this world is mine 
I can shape it, 
destroy it, 
even love it 
for now 1 must build on my memories 

not dwell in them 
now, i must come into my own. 



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SENIORS 



EDITOR: Terry Westbrook 




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Robert Edgar Ah rensdorf 

Jr. 

Elementary Education 



Kenneth F. Baker 

Elementary 

Education/Sociology 





Sue Ann Beresin 

Elementary 

Education/Psychology 




Susan M. Blanchard 
Elementary Education 




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Fern Joann Blosveren 
History 




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Janet E. Brown 
Elementary Education 




Susan Calish 
Elementary Education 





Kevin Brown 
C.A.S. 




James Anthony 
Bucchianeri 
Economics 




Roosevelt Campbell 
Psychology 



157 




Denis William Corrigan 

Campion 
Business Administration 




Brenda Cohen 
Elementary Education 




Cynthia Cole 
CAS. 




Arthur Joseph Collins III 
CAS. 




Rudolph Louis Crespo 
C.A.S. 




Laura Jean Czajkowski 
Elementary Education 




158 




Robert Dacey 
English 




Debra Davies 
Sociology/History 






John Joseph Dale Jr. 
Interdisciplinary 



Michael James Dancey 
Elementary Education 





Deborah Davis 
Elementary Education 



David James Davis 

Philosophy/History 

Sociology 



159 





Michael Anthony 

DelGrosso Jr. 

Elementary 

Education/Sociology 



Joseph Angelo 

DeVlncentIs 

Elementary Education 




Patricia A. Field 
Elementary Education 





Paula Finegold 
C.A.S. 




George Peter Foley 
Sociology 




Henry E. Frick 
CAS. 





Thomas Fraiola 
Business Management 






George Gardner 
Elementary Education 



Deborah George 
Elementary Education 



Jacqueline Mary Gilmore 
English/Sociology 




Marjorie Ann Goldman 
Elementary Education 



Katharine Goldsmith 
Elementary Education 



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Peter Gordon 
Sociology 



Joseph Charles Grzelcyk 

Jr. 

Elementary 

Education/History 




Karen Dale Heebner 
Elementary Education 



Charles Richard Edward 

Higgins 

Elementary Education 



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Reginald Gary Hobbs 

Business 
Administration/Religion 



Gall Ellen Hubbell 
Elementary Education 




Beverly Sue Kandler 
Elementary Education 



Edward Frederick 

Kaznocha 

Business Administration 




Carolyn I. Kudia 
Elementary Education 



Michael Gerard 

LaPensee 

Elementary Education 



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Rose-Ann Lasoff 
Sociology 



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Robert Bruce MacDonald 

Jr. 

Government/History 




George C. Malvery 
Elementary Education 





William McClory 
Psychology 




Deborah Sue McCord 
Elementary Education 




Paul McElearney 
Elementary Education 




Roberta Bradford 

Mendlovitz 
Sociology/History 






Thomas Farrell McEneny 
C.A.S./History 



Timothy Joseph Patrick 

McKenzie 

C.A.S. 




Deborah Shaw Messner 
Psychology/English 



165 




Frances M. Mitiguy 
Elementary Education 





Dan G. Molloy 

Economics/Business 

Administration 








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Joan Ellen Morrison 
Elementary Education 




Paul A. Morrison 
C.A.S. 



John Natelle 
C.A.S. 



Jeffrey Naumann 
C.A.S. 




166 




James Andrew Navoni 
History/Business 




Donna Marie Nuzzo 

Psychology/Secondary 

Education 



Roberta Ann Nemtzow 
Psychology 




Christine Nyberg 
Psychology 



Ann Neufeld 
Elementary Education 




P. Scott O'Brien 
Psychology/Sociology 





Arthur Joseph O'Leary 

Jr. 
Government/Spanish 



Brian Paul O'Malley 
Government 





David Ellis Palzer 
Psychology 




Laurie Rita Penchansky 
Sociology/English 




Jane E. Pynny 
Elementary Education 




Kathy Ann Rattigan 
Elementary Education 





Doreen E. Regan 
Elementary Education 






Michael Revotskie 
Elementary Education 



Robert A. Ricci 
Government/History 



Shari Rick 
Sociology 




Nancy Beth Rosenthal 
Anthropology/Sociology 



Ronda Joan Roth 
History/C.A.S. 




Michael Rozas 
Elementary Education 



Walter Russell 
Elementary Education 





Nancy Hope Selwyn 
Sociology 



Michael David Shadduck 
Government/Economics 



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Elementary 

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Patricia Joan Sheridan 
Sociology/Spanish 




Peter Kilpatrick Sisley 
C.A.S. 



Robert Arnold Small 
Elementary Education 




Edward Brann Smith 

C.A.S./Secondary 

Education 



Maryanne Smith 
Elementary Education 




Edward B. Sperling 
Government/Psychology 




Roni Strasnick 
Elementary Education 




Wendy Stanne 
Psychology/Sociology 




Susan Jane Sushman 
Elementary Education 




James Stenmon 
Business Administration 




Joseph Michael Tenuta 

International 

Relations/Secondary 

Education 




172 




Kathryn A. Townsend 
English 




Buff Day Watson 
Psychology 



Perry Verge 
Elementary Education 



LeRoy Walker 
Business Administration 





Terry Collins Westbrook 
Psychology 



Maisie Weston 

Elementary 
Education/Music 



173 






Alan James Williams 
Sociology 



Thomas Andrew Winston 
Psychology 



Andrew B. Wrublin 
Sociology 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



Barbara LaShoto Ahern 

Philip B. Albaugh 

Carol Y. Bascomb 

Steven G, Baxter 

Robert Edward Berger 

Frederick Clifford Blancfiard, Jr. 

Donna L. Cataldo 

Cynthia Beth Carrol 

Richard W. Coleman, Jr. 

Lorraine L. Daley 

Barbara Helen Dawood 

Neil Anthony Defeo 

Katherine Distasi 

Richard Carl Doscher 

Mark Alan Fancy 

Lawrence Fava, Jr. 

Edward W. Ferguson 

Kenneth M. Ferry, Jr. 

John Michael Fitzgerald 

David Charles Giguere 

Suzanne M. Halloran 

Linda Holbrook 

John Hovorka, Jr. 

Elsie B, Hurler 

Gwynne Jamieson 

Daniel R. Jayson 

Daniel D. Johnson, Jr. 

Jennifer C. Johnston 

Vatana Kamolsiri 

Janet Karger 

Caroline Keady 

Abby Keaveny 

Glenn Kelley 

James Keyes 

Silpaja Kharuharatana 

Ellyn King 

Go Kobayashi 

Robin Linda Koppel 

Jeffrey Korn 



Jeffrey Kushe 

Richard Leco 

Richard Legan 

Norman MacLeod 

Chekesha Majenzi 

Nancy Maxwell 

Christopher McGarry 

Christopher Menton 

Walter Moran 

Margaret Morgan 

Kathryn Murphy 

Marie Murphy 

Stephen Norris 

Laurie Penchansky 

Valerie Pozzi 

Hetty Proietti 

Richard Ragusan 

Todd Rankin 

Vinsak Ratlanakom 

Allen Paul Reardon 

Howard Saddler 

Brian Santonello 

Samuel Savage 

KarlaSchallert 

Robert Benjamin Schildmeier 

Lisa Shapiro 

Daniel Shaw 

James Sheeran, Jr. 

Norman Shink 

John Simone 

Susan Sinofsky 

Robert Strauss 

Alan Suhonen 

James Tanner 

Mark Tremblay 

Garret Walker 

Donna Woodworth 

Mark Yenofsky 




Kim Martin Zerwekh 
Psychology/English 




Scott Zinberg 
Psychology 



IN MEMORY OF: 

Thomas E. Fraiola Jr. 
CLASS OF 1975 




Brief were my days among you, and briefer 
still the words I have spoken. 

But should my voice fade in your ears, and 
my love vanish in your memory, then I will come 
again, 

And with a richer heart and lips more yielding 
to the spirit will I speak. 

Yea, I shall return with the tide. 

And though death may hide me, and the 
greater silence enfold me, yet again will I seek 
your understanding. 

And not in vain will I seek. 

If aught I have said is truth, that truth shall 
reveal itself in a clearer voice, and in words 
more kin to your thoughts. 

THE PROPHET 
KAHLILGIBRAN 



SENIOR WEEK 



Senior Week was left out this year. Well, not exactly. They 
decided to let us finish up a week early and enjoy ourselves while 
the underclassmen took their exams. With everybody still around it 
took us a little while to get into the partying mood. It was a great 
day when on Wednesday May 7 at 3:00 a caravan of cars headed 
for the 3:30 clambake at Wares Cove in Newton. Two lobsters, all 
the clams you could eat, as well as all the beer you could drink. 
What a fantastic meal! 

Thursday was a busy day. The afternoon began with a senior 
Softball game and cookout which was later opened to all students. 
The food was great, the beer was cold but foamy. At 8:00 "The 
Loose Caboose" was opened one last time, for a senior get- 
together, and what a get-together it was! As one person decided, it 
was a lot easier to dump the beer on his head than to drink it. And 
so ended a long night. 

President Hafer gave us a wonderful cocktail party at his house 
Friday night at 5:00. This was followed a while later by a dinner 
dance in the cafeteria. It was later that evening that we learned of 
our friend Tom Fraiola's death. An occurence which was later said 
to have brought us closer together; perhaps closer than any class 
has ever been. 

For those of us who made it to the champagne breakfast, it was 
a somber occasion. The rehearsal began at 11:00 with a brief me- 
morial service given by Deans Fred Kirschenmann and Bob 
Capalbo. They reminded us that Tom loved a good time in life and 
that he would want us to go through with graduation having a good 
time. 

Some of us went through the Sunday graduation with smiles, 
some frowns, some uncertainty, and some just went. We made it 
through the two hours and were finally free. Senior week ended but 
we've only just begun. You better believe it! 






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Commencement Eve: The Long Morning 






180 




On May 10 at 11 :00 A.M., a memorial service was held for Tom Fraiola. It took place prior to Commencement re- 
hearsal with the Class of 1975 participating. Deans Capalbo and Kirschenmann conducted the service. The follow- 
ing comments were made by Dean Capalbo: 



There are an awful lot of people in this world who go around, unfortunately, feeling very sad for themselves, depressed, down, and 
unhappy. Our friend and your classmate, Tom Fraiola, was not one of these people. 

He was a very happy person who enjoyed everything he did. Those of you who were in the play with him know how he had a sneaking suspi- 
cion that the one thousand Indians up in the hills were doing something more than making blankets! 

He had a habit that, at times, I found disconcerting. Regardless of what time it was, if he felt happy, if he was feeling good, then he wanted 
the whole world to know it. And, regardless of the hour or the place, he would let out a tremendous yell. And though it woke me up, and you 
too, we found it easy to roll over and get back to sleep knowing that there was at least one person in this world who was happy and so 
bursting with joy that he wanted to share it with everyone. 

He had an expression that he wanted to "let it out". And let it out he did. 

Who will ever forget Tommy on Senior Night at the Pub? Anybody can chug a pitcher of beer but only Tommy could stand there, in the 
middle of the Pub, pouring pitcher after pitcher of beer on his head, laughing, and having a great time for himself. 

This was so typical of the good times he had. Unlike so many people he never had fun at anyone else's expense. His fun, to use an old fash- 
ioned but absolutely accurate expression, was always good, clean fun. He would laugh at himself and make others laugh with him. 

Tom got into a little hassle with his final grades and he came storming into my office Friday afternoon. "Bob, you've got to help me," he 
said. "Some teacher gave me an NR and it was supposed to be a C. He said he would change the grade a month ago and he still hasn't done 
it. I can't graduate unless he does." 

Well, I told him to sit down while I made some phone calls and found the teacher for him. Then I told him to go over and straighten it out for 
himself. 

He came back a little while later, happy as could be. "I did it! I got the grade! Now I can graduate!" he shouted. And then he thanked me 
for helping him in this situation and for all the time that he had been at the College. 

How many students have I seen and how few have ever come in to say thank you? Tom did because that was the kind of person that he was. 
I told him how much I appreciated his thoughts and then, as we shook hands, he said that now he was going to go out and write his name on 
the list of graduates that was hanging on the glass wall outside my office. 

And he went out there and very neatly printed in his name "Tom Fraiola". Then, next to it, in parentheses, "You better believe it!" 

Ironically, Friday morning, Mrs. Pettingill and I were having a discussion on eternity. Her attitude, her philosophy is so beautiful and really 
explains why she is such a youthful and wonderful person. I know that I am neither embarrassing her nor betraying a trust by sharing it with 
you now. 

She believes that after the body has died the soul of the person lives on forever in what she calls the "perserverance of personality." 

He is with us now and he will be with us tomorrow. He will always be with us when we are happy, when we are full of joy, when we want to 
"let it out". 

Tom, as you may know, was a Catholic. And we Catholics believe it you have a priest with you at the moment of death to give you the last 
rites, that you are taken immediately to Heaven. There was a priest with Tommy only minutes after the accident. God only makes this avail- 
able to those whom He really wants to take to Him. He is happy now with God. You better believe it. 

That which makes you uniquely you, your personality, lives on forever. 

And so, whenever you are having a good time, whenever you are happy, whenever you are having fun, please realize that you are helping to 
preserve the personality of our beautiful and gentle friend. Tommy. He was so full of joy; so full of happiness. .|g.| 



C?f^//f/^f^i^^//fmt ^/etei^ 



-A C A ID E M 1 C QUADRANGLE 



•PROCESSIONALS 



Overture to The Occasional Oratorio - C.F Handel 

Gavotte - Samuel Wesley 

Andante and Allegro (Concerto 111) - William Felton 

Rigaudon - Andre Campra 

Pomp and Circumstance - Edward Elgar 

(Audience Please Stand) 



NATIONAL ANTHEM 
INVOCATION 



Led by Curry College Concert Choir 



Rabbi I David Oler 
Ahayath Torah Congregation, Stoughton 



Dr lohn Stuart Hater 
President, Curry College 



CLASS ORATOR 
PRESENTATION OF CLASS GIFT 



Joseph Michael Tenuta 



Michael James Dancey 
President, Class of 1975 



CHORAL SELECTION 



We've Only Just Begun - Roger Nichols and 
Paul Williams, Curry College Concert Choir 



COMMENCEMENT ADDRESS 



Jack C.Wilson 
President, Television News, Inc. 



CONFERRING OF HONORARY DECREES President Hafer 

Curt Gowdy. Sports Broadcaster, Doctor of Humane Letters 
Beaumont A. Herman, President, Western New England College, 

Doctor of Letters 
Paul Sonnabend, President, Sonesta International Hotels Corp., 

Doctor of Laws 
Thomas J. White, President, J.F White Contracting Co.. 

Doctor of Laws 
Jack G Wilson, Doctor of Laws 



PRESENTATION OF 

"THE NEW ERA AWARD" 



by George C. Reid 71 



PRESENTATION OF 
"THE OUTSTANDING ALUMNUS 

OF THE YEAR AWARD" by William C Moloney Jr 70 

Recipient — Allan L, DesRosiers '62 



PRESENTATION OF CANDIDATES 
FOR DEGREES 



CONFERRING OF DEGREES 



Dr Frederick Kirschenmann 
Dean of the College 



President Hafer 



ALMA MATER 



BENEDICTION 



RECESSIONAL 



(Audience Please Stand) 



Alma Mater, let us praise t/iee.' 
Clothed in beauty, rare art thou. 
Old traditions cling about thee. 
New ideas crown thy brow. 
And thine eyes are filled with visions. 
Truth and Mercy meet in thee. 
Alma Mater, let us praise thee! 
Ah that we may worthy be! 



. . The Very Rev. Thomas J Conlon 

Rector, Queen of Apostles Seminary, Dedham 



Marche en Rondeau - MA. Charpentit 



•Narrator - Willi; 



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President John S. Hafer 





Joseph M. Tenuta 
Class Orator 



Mike Dancey 
Class President 

In keeping with tradition, the senior class left the 
school a gift at graduation. Mike Dancey presented a 
gift of two benches for Westhaver Park. On each of 
the benches will be two placques that will read: In 
memory of Thomas E. Fraiola Jr. Class of 1975. 




Jack G. Wilson 
Guest Speaker 




Curt Gowdy 




Doreen Regan 
Recipient of New Era Award 




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EDITOR: Pat Sheridan 



ASSISTANT EDITOR: Carolyn Kudia 



I'm very pleased and proud of the job done 
on the 1975 Curryer Yearbook — it's one of 
the finest publications of its size, and I think 
that this is the place to tell you about some of 
the people who put in a lot of their time and 
talent. Publishing a yearbook is no simple 
task, with the responsibillity of $7400.00 in 
Senate funds you can easily see why we 
wanted to create a positive image. Keeping 
this in mind, I chose editors with certain 
qualities, they represented creativity, hard- 
work, dependability and interest in the 
college. They are individuals who can best 
present to you the variety of aspects that 
make life at Curry so special. 

A yearbook would amount to very little 
without good pictures. Thanks to Randy 
Kohlenberger's patience, we not only had 
good coverage of events but also high quality 
pictures. I'm happy to say that he is going to 
continue his work as the editor of the 1976 
Curryer Yearbook. 

Copy Editor Ruth Burack spent hours 
typing, she was one of the persons who 



helped me the most with the billions of little 
things that make a smoother running organi- 
zation. 

Finally, a special thanks to Carolyn KudIa, 
she assisted me in every way possible. Her 
specialties included yelling back at me when 
I started yelling, soliciting advertisements, 
crying with me when things were going 
wrong, sound advise and criticisms, staying 
up all night when deadlines were due and 
most of all the constant reminders that this 
would be the best yearbook Curry has ever 
seen. 

We had many feelings about Curry College 
that we wanted to show in the book. All of us 
on the staff feel that Curry is the "very 
special place" spoken of in the prologue, we 
tried to show this through our photographs 
and copy. I hope you enjoy the book as much 
as we enjoyed putting it together and consid- 
er it to be a good representation of your life 
at Curry — because you are what makes it 
special. 

Pat Sheridan 




Thanks to the following people for their contributions to the 1975 Curryer: 



PHOTOGRAPHY 



COPY 



Randy Kohlenberger 
Ed Whitman 
Dave Giguere 
Steve Mechlinski 
Ted Gallant 
Sue Damberg 
Wendy Davidov 
Terry Westbrook 
Dwight Smith 
Scott Gillete 
Pat Sheridan 
Charlie Flagg & 
Miller Studio 



Ruth Burack 
Frank Pouliott 
Janice Stanovich 
Jerry Fay 

Jo Ann Roderiques 
Pam Case 
Mark Snyder 
Terry Westbrook 
Doreen Regan 



Special thanks to Dr. Frances Kohak, Dean Robert Capalbo, and our advisor, Mr. Warren 
Bazirgan for advice which helped us work out some of the book's problem areas. 




BOOSTERS 



Francine L. Belnick 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert O.F. Bixby 

Steve Bleecker 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy P. Casey 

Bill Cooper 

Regina Cronin 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. DeCosta 

Thomas L. Delorme III 

Dr. Elliot Feinberg 

Katharina & Werner P. Franke 

Mr. &Mrs. Roberts. Fuiks 

John Gawne 

Regina & Michael Gordon 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Gosselln Jr. 

Allen & Marie Greenberg 

Mr. Edward H. Hastings 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur P. Henderson 



a Histologyte 

M.L. Karmelin 

Dr. Frances M. Kohak 

Donalds. McNeil 

Tom A. McWilliams 

Jessie E. Phillips 

Mr. & Mrs. John Rattigan 

Salvatore E. Romano 

Dr. Macey H. Rosenthal 

Irving Schoenfeld 

Mr. & Mrs. Maurice C. Sequin 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry C. Shelton 

Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd A. Teague 

Mr. &Mrs. Jack Vallely 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Weinberg 

The Wildes 



SPONSERS 



Benjamin Allen 

Bruce W. Allen '64 

Mr. & Mrs. George F. Brady 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Clifford 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Coleman 

Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore Falcone 

Ralph M. Gomar 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank A. Hanley 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Hansen 

Herbert R. Kusche 

Wilfred C. Malvey 

Mr. &Mrs. Daniel F. Marr 

Kathleen B. McCann 



Barney Nugent 74 
Regena & Frank S. Owen 
Steven J. Phillips 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis J. Ragusan 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence H. Reilly 
Dr. &Mrs. Cecil Rose 
Mr. &Mrs. Sidney Roth 
Mr. & Mrs. Warner L. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Lubos Triner 
Mr. &Mrs. W.A. Verrochi 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Wallace 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Wickham 
Michael Young 




PATRONS 

C.L. Blake 

Mr. & Mrs. S.W. Catalde 

Dr. & Mrs. J.F. Gallagher, Jr. 

Timothy M. Garvey 73 

Mrs. Howard Kelso 

Mr. & Mrs. Victor Kupferberg 

Eleanor Left 

Dr. & Mrs. Heinz J. Lorge 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Lupano 

Dr. &Mrs. Paul A. O'Brien 

Dr. & Mrs. Nicholas Revotskie 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank T. Sheridan 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Stark, Jr. 

Mr. &Mrs. G.J. Vigdor 

Mr. & Mrs. Zeppieri 

Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Zinberg 




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SPECIAL PATRONS 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dancey 

Mr. & Mrs. Milton Farber 

Mr. & Mrs. Milton C. Frank 

Horace J. Landry 

Kenneth F. Maxwell 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. McClory 

N.S. Meyer-Raeburn Foundation, Inc. 

Bill Sullivan, Metropolitan Petroleum Co. 

Student Activity Building Committee 



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GOOD LUCK CLASS OF 75 



Mr. and Mrs. 
Irving D. Karpas Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. 
George S. Moss 



Mr. and Mrs. 
W.L. Miner, Jr. 




New England Patriots Football Club, Inc. 




wo LL ASTON 



CREDIT UNION 



651 Hancock Street 
Wollaston 



773-3500 773-8600 




TOWN SPA 



Stoughton, Mass, 



BARNEY & CO 



698-2200 







'"WMW^ 



METROBANK AND TRUST CO 



Quincy, Braintree, Milton 



PEGGY LAWTON COOKIES & BROWNIES 



196 



CANTON HOUSE RESTAURANT 




© CHECKOWAYVOLKSW AGON, INC. 
Route 110 Salisbury, Mass. 

W AMERICAN AIR CONDITIONING CO 
Commercial & Marine Refrigeration 
Boston, Mass. 02119 



Metropolitan Petroleum 

Company 

Of 

Massachusetts 



Sheraton Tara Hotel 



Braintree, Mass. 




198 




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Specifications: The 1975 Curryer 
Yearbook contains 200 pages — 630 copies were 
printed by Hunter Publishing Company. The pho- 
tographs were printed in black ink on an 80 lb. stock 
of matte paper. The type is Helvetica with headlines 
in Optima Bold. 



The 81/2" X 11" silk-screened cover was taken from 
an original pencil drawing by Gregory Little. The pro- 
logue was written by Pat Sheridan and edited by Dr. 
Frances Kohak. 



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